Monthly Archives: December 2011

What Would It Take?

What Would It Take?   Belief systems generally provide their adherents with a complete world-view. Followers of various belief systems tend to look at the world in a way that fits with their religious beliefs. This basic fact presents a … Continue reading

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Deuteronomy 17:3 and the Bedrock of Existence

Deuteronomy 17:3 and the Bedrock of Existence   Throughout the Scriptures, God warns us against idolatry. The fact that Scripture repeats these warnings again and again leaves us with no doubt that idolatry is the most grievous sin towards God … Continue reading

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Another Mathematical Problem

Another Mathematical Problem   That Christianity’s insistence on directing worship to Jesus as a deity is a mathematical absurdity, is well known. Most students of mathematics are aware that one and three are not the same, and approximately the same … Continue reading

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Tsvi on the Oral Law

There is an oral law, no there isn’t yes there is. Hmmmm There was a Chinese man that said there was no Oral Law in Judaism; he followed the Holy Scriptures alone. A Jewish man went up to him and … Continue reading

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Square Circles – 1Kings 18:21

Square Circles – 1Kings 18:21 The English teacher asked her sixth grade students if they could provide an example of an oxymoron. The girl in the back row raised her hand and the teacher called on her. The student said … Continue reading

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A Tale of Two Schools

Imagine two schools of medicine. Let us call them “x” and “y”. Each of these schools has their own approach to medicine and each of these schools puts forth students who put their respective school’s theories into practice. As you … Continue reading

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